Practice Manager, Human Resources Administrator
Linda grew up tending to the ducks, geese, chickens, goats, and rabbits that her father and grandfather bred—she’s been involved with animal care since she was a little girl. She simply can’t imagine doing anything else! Linda has been a part of the West Greenwich Animal Hospital family from the very beginning.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Tracy is a Rhode Island native, and has been fascinated by animals nearly all her life. Working in the field of veterinary medicine allows her to give something back to the pets who have offered her so much, and she’s able to make a lasting impact in the community at the same time. All in all, Tracy has served as a veterinary professional for 40 years!
Amber has been dreaming about working with animals for as long as she can remember. As a child, every toy she played with and every television show that she watched revolved around animals. Her own family dachshund mix, Herculese, cemented her passion for pets and the unconditional love they provide. For Amber, there was never any other choice—a career in veterinary medicine was the perfect fit!
After attending University of Rhode Island to study animal science, Renee graduated and began working at an animal hospital. When that hospital closed, she was able to land a position at West Greenwich Animal Hospital as a veterinary technician. Here she is able to not only help animals feel better when they get sick,but also build priceless relationships with patients and clients!
Ashley is a West Greenwich native, and grew up trying to save every mouse, mole, and garden snake she came across. When it came time to decide on a career path, she quickly realized that veterinary medicine would allow her to care for the animals she loved so much while also making a real difference in the lives of their owners! Ashley is proud to serve as a Veterinary Technician at West Greenwich Animal Hospital.
Although she grew up in the city, Sharon always felt that she was a country girl at heart. A big part of that was her love for animals! She remembers falling in love with a neighbor’s dog during her childhood—she never forgot that feeling of compassion. For her, a career in veterinary medicine is simply the perfect fit!
Growing up in a rural part of North Providence, Rhode Island, Melissa spent a lot of time rescuing stray kittens, squirrels, and baby birds as a child. By the time she nursed her own cat back to health from a leg fracture during her freshman year of high school, one thing had become quite clear: Melissa was destined for a career in the world of animal medicine!
Dianna is a lifelong animal lover, and has wanted to make a difference in the lives of pets ever since she was young. As a Veterinary Technician with the West Greenwich Animal Hospital family, she’s able to spend time around pets daily while using her skillset to make a lasting impact on the community!
Leah grew up in a small town where the abundance of cows was greater than the abundance of people. So naturally, she worked on a farm, fell in love with cows and started becoming interested in medicine shortly thereafter. The ability to learn new things and work with animals while surrounded by others who want to do the same thing is an incredible way of life!
After watching her family dog fall ill, Abby vowed to learn more about the veterinary field so that she could help other animals as best as she could. While searching for a practice to work at, she stepped foot into West Greenwich Animal Hospital and immediately fell in love with the atmosphere, location and friendly staff. Needless to say, she was excited to join the staff as a veterinary technician!
Most young girls love to play with Barbie dolls, but at that age, Kaitlyn was different. Instead of dressing up Barbie dolls, Kaitlyn’s love for animals led to her playing with stuffed animals. That was the first sign that she had a deep passion for animals, and that passion has only gotten stronger over time. Today “Katie” is a veterinary technician at West Greenwich Animal Hospital!
Jessica has literally been around animals since birth—she grew up on a farm and spent time with everything from dogs, cats, and horses to goats, chickens, turkeys, and pigs. For her, animal care has been a part of life ever since she can remember. It simply makes sense for her to use her passion for the greater good! Now, Jessica has been a part of the West Greenwich Animal Hospital family for over a decade.
A nurturer at heart, Jenny cares deeply about the wellbeing of others, human and animal alike. Growing up in Potsdam, Germany with a mother who was also an animal lover, Jenny learned early on how to care for pets. Even as a small child, she would catch and release spiders, beetles, bees, etc. instead of killing them – something she still does to this day. To Jenny, it’s all about coexistence, acceptance and compassion. Being in the veterinary field enables her to do her part on a much bigger scale!
For as far back as she can remember, Amanda has always had a deep adoration for animals. She officially became a pet parent at age seven, when she was allowed to adopt her first dog. When that dog unexpectedly crossed the Rainbow Bridge just a year later, Amanda knew she wanted to one day work with animals. As a receptionist here at West Greenwich Animal Hospital, she is happy to have made that goal a reality.
Certified Veterinary Technician and Client Service Representative/Receptionist
Growing up in the quaint town of Barrington, RI, Marcia found herself surrounded by furry friends. Throughout her childhood and youth, she had just about every type of pet imaginable, from dogs, cats, and hamsters, to rabbits and guinea pigs, to birds, sheep and goats. As a Licensed Veterinary Technician, Marcia has dedicated the past 25+ years of her life to caring for animals professionally.
Bio coming soon.
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Veterinary Technician in Training
After watching her childhood cat get sick and feeling helpless to save her, Delaney became motivated to help other animals experiencing the same thing. As a veterinary technician in training at West Greenwich Animal Hospital, she is able to provide love and care for animals. To Delaney, the more you help animals, the better you feel as a person!
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When Madeline was growing up, her grandpa taught her all about local wildlife. When she wasn’t outside exploring and searching for critters, you could usually find her glued to the television watching endless episodes of ‘The Incredible Dr. Pol’. Getting a glimpse behind the scenes at the life of a veterinarian, and seeing how much Dr. Pol loved his job, Maddie was inspired to pursue a similar career path.
Having grown up with countless pets, Amy knows all too well how stressful visits to the vet can be, both for people and animals alike. She decided to pursue a career in the animal care industry because she wanted to do her part in easing some of that stress for others. In her dual role as receptionist and assistant veterinary technician, she enjoys serving as a source of comfort for pets and their families in their time of need.
Growing up in an environment where you’re surrounded by animals is a great motivation to enter the veterinary field when you get older. This is precisely what happened to Brooke, whose mother was a vet tech for 30 years. When she was a little girl, she would go to work with her mother and watch the different exams and medical procedures that animals would undergo. Now, several years later, Brooke is a veterinary technician herself at West Greenwich Animal Hospital, where she’s able to help the animals she loves so much!
While growing up on a farm, Lexie was surrounded by horses, cats, dogs and cows. She developed a strong passion to help and rescue as many animals as possible. Today, as a veterinary technician at West Greenwich Animal Hospital, she’s able to fulfill her passion every day!
Ever since she was a young girl, Sarah knew that she was destined to be around animals. Her mother put the idea of working with animals in her head at a young age, and now, many years later, it has come to fruition. As a receptionist at West Greenwich Hospital, Sarah gets to be around the animals she loves while also serving as the first friendly face clients see when they walk through the door!
When Krista was in high school, she worked at a horse farm where she would help feed them and clean their stalls. Her love of animals ran so deep, that she ended up taking Equine Studies as a minor at Emory & Henry College. So it should come as no surprise that today she is a kennel assistant at West Greenwich Animal Hospital. This way, she’s able to be around and learn more about the animals that she loves!
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